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Teliris launched cloud-based interoperability platform for telepresence
November 8, 2011 | Hogan Keyser
November 7, 2011 by Jim O'Neill via FierceEnterpriseCommunications.com -- Telepresence provider Teliris has rolled out a cloud-based interoperability platform that it said will deliver seamless, managed connectivity across a broad range of telepresence and videoconferencing endpoints without the heavy infrastructure traditionally required.
Lentaris, is a software-based platform that's being supported by cloud-solution provider Virtustream. It eliminates the need to purchase MCUs to achieve interoperability across different endpoint types. The company said it will be deployed on commodity hardware and paired with Teliris InfiNET, a network built for telepresence.
Teliris last month was among an assortment of telepresence and video conferencing providers that launched the Open Visual Communications Consortium, a consortium of industry players focusing on establishing standards it hopes will accelerate the uptake of video adoption.
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